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  • April 22, 2019

    Businesses Want Tariffs Scrapped Under US-China Trade Pact

    More than 150 business groups from a wide array of sectors on Monday issued sweeping demands to the Trump administration as it aims to wrap up its trade negotiations with China, including the removal of all tariffs imposed by the U.S. and Beijing over the past year.

  • April 22, 2019

    Morris Manning Snags IP Litigator From Alston & Bird

    Morris Manning & Martin LLP has hired a patent litigation attorney from Alston & Bird LLP, bolstering its Atlanta offerings with his experience handling a range of intellectual property and commercial disputes, including federal court suits and international arbitration proceedings.

  • April 22, 2019

    Chinese Co. Says Motorola Stonewalling In Trade Secret Fight

    Motorola Solutions Inc. needs to do a better job preparing its witnesses to discuss precisely which trade secrets have been at the center of its two-year-old lawsuit, the Chinese radio manufacturer Hytera told an Illinois federal judge Friday.

  • April 22, 2019

    Rural Carriers Say Verizon Phones Need To Stay Unlocked

    A trade association representing rural wireless carriers blasted Verizon's effort to shift a federal rule that keeps its phones unlocked, as the group argued that the ability to use Verizon phones on any network "is a crucial freedom for rural consumers."

  • April 22, 2019

    Chancery Says $17B Cablevision Deal Suit Plows New Ground

    A battle over cuts at New York's News 12 after Altice USA bought it as part of $17.7 billion merger could break new ground on the nature of allegedly unenforceable "goodwill" contract language, a Delaware vice chancellor said Monday.

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